SSC-CGL – Jamia’s RCA to Provide Training Program
New Delhi: Jamia Millia Islamia’s Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), which provides free coaching to UPSC aspirants belonging to marginalized sections of society including SC, ST, women and minority communities, has launched similar programme for those desirous of getting into Staff Selection Commission-Combined Graduate Level (SSC-CGL) and B.Ed./Elementary Teacher Education (ETE).
A total of 100 aspirants will be trained under each category. The coaching is spread over a period of four months with four hours per day for SSC-CGL. Thirty seats will be filled on the basis of marks scored in the SSC-CGL Tier-I subjects, to minimum of 100 marks. Remaining 70 seats will be filled on the basis of marks scored in the entrance test. Three months coaching with four hours per day would be provided under the B.Ed./ETE programme. All the seats for this will be filled by entrance test only.The desiring candidates can apply for these programmes from August 7, 2018 and the last date of submission of application form is August 27, 2018. The application form and other related details are available on JMI’s website www.jmi.ac.in. A stipend of Rs.2,500 per month will be given to outstation students whose family income is within the ceiling of Rs. 6 lakh. To promote participation of girl students, a minimum of 30% quota of seats has been fixed for them.
Minimum of 80% of attendance is the eligibility criteria for the stipend. Absence from coaching for more than 15 days without any valid reason or leaving the coaching midway, the entire expenditure on the candidate will be recovered from the candidate. An Affidavit along with an indemnity bond, in this regard will need to be submitted by the students at the time of admission.
Written test comprising of Reasoning, General Mental Ability, General Knowledge and English Comprehension will be held on September 2, 2018 (Sunday) at Syed Abid Husain Sr. Secondary School, JMI.
JMI’s RCA is producing quite a good number of civil servants since its inception. This year, 43 candidates from RCA cracked the UPSC exam.